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Pet name:
Tabby, Domestic Medium Hair, Mixed
Brown Tabby
Coat length:
Give our cats & kittens a loving, forever home, and let them put a smile on your face!                What’s not to love about Hanah, from that cute pink nose, to that awesome stripe down her back, to the gorgeous swirls on her sides, to the tiger stripe legs and those white mittens, and now a sweet personality to go along with that sweet face! It took time and patience for Hanah to go from a shy, hissy kitten to a purring lap kitty. The person who adopts Hanah will have to have that same patience with her, as it will take her some time to warm up to a new person. Still looking for a quiet home as loud noises and a lot of commotion scare her. We think she would do well with being the only pet or with another socialized kitten or adult cat, probably no dogs.

My story: My mom was an outdoor kitty. She gave birth to me and my 5 siblings under a house in Oxnard. My mom and all of us kittens were trapped by a kind lady. My mom was spayed and returned where she is being well fed and taken care of. It was decided to separate the 5 of us kittens into two different foster groups. My foster family is working with me to help me adjust to human attention and I have come a long way, I just need a little more help before I'm completely comfortable with human attention.

Adoption procedures during the COVID-19 outbreak:

Fill out our online adoption application here:
In lieu of a home check we are accepting a video of your home.
We will then arrange a time for a meet and greet. The meeting will be in a safe environment with social distancing. You will be able to hold and play with the kittens in a room plenty big enough for social distancing. As of now a mask will be required.

Neutered, microchipped, de-wormed, tested for Felv & Fiv, vaccinated.

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To see more photos and video of Hanah and her siblings check out their fosters facebook page here:


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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